Water is the number 1 item for healthy pets!
If you’ve ever tried losing weight or have attempted to consciously maintain a healthy diet, you know the drill: a main factor is water consumption. Drink a lot of water. Copious amounts of water. After all, it cleanses the system.
So, why should this be any different for your precious pet? Water is an essential part of maintaining your dog and cat’s health. If you’ve read the cans of your pet products recently, for those of you who haven’t yet converted your pet’s diet to BARF, known as the Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Diet, you’ll notice one main ingredient which is significantly absent from the dry food products. It’s water.
Besides the fact that dried food products are made of toxic ingredients and are the definition of processed foods with additives and chemicals, they present a dehydrated form of nutrition (or lack thereof). Simply stated, they lack water. They lack the hydration necessary for your pet to function optimally. For instance, the evolutionary diet also known as the BARF diet integrates water with the raw food diet encompassing meat. As your dog begins to transition to the BARF Diet with the increased amount of water ingestion, you may notice the outward signs of more energy, not to mention the positive benefits working internally which you can’t visibly see.
In case you’re wondering what the other ingredients are in this evolutionary raw diet? It’s simple. The BARF diet is not complex; rather, it contains meat and vitamins in their purest forms. For instance, the BARF Combination Diet for Dogs contains an assortment of beef hearts, lamb hearts, chicken, pork, finely ground beef bones, beef liver, egg, cultured kefir, broccoli, celery, spinach, carrot, ground flax seed, bok choy, dried alfalfa meal, beef kidney, unbleached beef tripe, apple, pear, grapefruit, orange, dried kelp powder, cod liver oil, garlic, capsicum, Vitamin E supplement, Zinc oxide, Mangenous Oxide.
As news becomes flooded and the topic of hazardous processed pet foods finally comes to light, it’s no surprise that you’ll be hearing more positive effects from the BARF Diet which highlights the intake of water. Water encompasses this evolutionary diet so your dog and cat can enjoy optimal health.